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Maiden’s Moon by Caroline Barnard-Smith

Magick is awakening. Evil is stirring. Control is an illusion.

Magick is awakening in the ancient places, evil is stirring in the lightless tunnels carved beneath the sea and the ageless Lord Dewer, self-proclaimed ruler of Armoria, won’t be able to keep control of it all for much longer. A beautiful, blue-haired stranger has travelled the long distance to Armoria, the greatest city in the world. All she carries . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Dungeon Quest Online by Richard Hummel

Dungeon Quest used to be an old school dungeon diving, pen and paper, role-playing game where Tristen acted as game master (GM) for a small group of friends. Vowing to experience this fantasy world first hand, Tristen created and launched Dungeon Quest Online, a full virtual reality immersion experience. Tristen and his friends immerse themselves into the game and set . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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Editor’s First Look – Compelling Fantasy

By Palladian, editor, author of Super

Dec 27, 2018: Maiden’s Moon is a fantasy tale that does a good job at drawing the reader slowly into its world. We initially start following two very different women – one who carries a plain looking but magical instrument to a competition in one of the most populous cities in her world, and one who is a bit of a bookish misfit in her warlike community.

I liked how the author gradually introduces her world and its intricacies and traditions to the reader, [more . . .]

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